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Importing Large Tables in TimeXtender

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TimeXtender Tuesday - Episode 23

In this episode of TimeXtender Tuesdays, Joseph Treadwell will demonstrate how to load very large tables into TimeXtender. There are some best practices when loading tables with millions or billions of rows, and there is a technique for partitioning that can be very useful for backloading historical data using TimeXtender.

Additionally, Joseph will give a bonus demo to dynamically load the table partitions using "rolling windows", which will greatly simplify the loading process, rather than creating manual partitions.


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